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Scene in a Cave art show opens

January 22, 2008 – 2:22 pm |

 An interactive, collaborative exhibit by students from the art and engineering departments at Colorado State University-Pueblo, Scene in a Cave, is now open in the CSU-Pueblo Fine Art Gallery through Feb. 22.
In spring and fall …

Martin Luther King Jr. activities

January 21, 2008 – 12:19 pm | One Comment

 Colorado State University-Pueblo will kick off activities for Black History/African American History Month a few weeks early with two activities on Monday, Jan. 21 to commemorate the late Martin Luther King, Jr.
What we now call …

Environmental club gains momentum on campus

January 11, 2008 – 7:40 pm | One Comment

 Karina Hoepnner, sophomore music major, sits at the Daily Grind, sipping a pumpkin spice latte. Her serious eyes focus behind thin, black frame glasses towards the two people sitting across from her, Jessica Viges, senior …

Work study works for many as an option

January 11, 2008 – 7:32 pm |

Work study is an option for college students at Colorado State University-Pueblo, but most are not aware of the numerous employment opportunities available off-campus. While 624 students earned Colorado work study wages during 2006-07, only …

Student Support Services

January 11, 2008 – 7:26 pm |

 Student Support Services is a federally funded project whose mission is to “increase the retention and graduation rates of low-income, first generation students and students with disabilities by providing tutoring, academic counseling, study skills workshops, …

Institutional scholarships

January 11, 2008 – 7:23 pm |

CSU-Pueblo offers institutional scholarships that don’t have to be repaid and are considered gift aid; these scholarships are another way to keep students’ expenditures down.
Incoming freshmen, continuing students, transfer students and graduate students are encouraged …

The campus is going through changes

January 11, 2008 – 7:02 pm |

Construction crews have been a familiar sight across campus this academic year, from making preparations, to building a new football stadium, to renovating the Massari gymnasium; students, faculty and staff have become aware of the …

Bowling alley schedules

January 11, 2008 – 1:40 am |

For those of you that like to bowl and have a good time, there are two bowling alleys in Pueblo that offer great deals and a good time.Not only can you bowl at these places, …

Event notice

January 11, 2008 – 1:26 am |

 The CSU-Pueblo Environmental Awareness Club will be hosting a FOCUS the Nation Global warming solution for America.  It will take place on Thursday, Jan. 31, 2008 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the OUC …

Where have all the girl rockers gone?

January 11, 2008 – 1:22 am |

Being born in the late 80′s gives me the disadvantage of knowing what true rock-n-roll music is. I grew up in the time where pop music was making its mark along with rap music. I …

Congress looks toward another Pell grant increase

January 11, 2008 – 1:21 am |

(U-WIRE) COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Low- and middle-income students could see more federal financial aid if a congressional overhaul of current higher education funding becomes law.
The House of Representatives’ Committee on Education and Labor unanimously …

Poetry reading

January 11, 2008 – 1:19 am |

The Southern Colorado Reading Series continued its program this year with a reading by poet Lisa Chavez. The event was held in the First Year Student Center in the Library.
The Southern Colorado Reading Series has …